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14 days ago

Temporary Associate - Afghanistan

Chemonics Washington, DC

include: * Participating on proposal teams * Providing research, writing, and administrative support for proposals and other marketing materials…

9 days ago

Agriculture Director

Chemonics Washington, DC

Chemonics seeks an agriculture and food security director to oversee the agriculture and food security practice management and guide the strategy…

4 days ago

East Africa New Business Director

Chemonics Washington, DC

Chemonics seeks a new business development director for our East Africa Regional Business Unit. The director will lead business development efforts…

20 days ago

Project Management Associate

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Perform general administrative duties; establish and maintain files • Communicate and assist with field office requests • Recruit and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Conduct a comprehensive audit of project hard copy files • Create a list of existing documents by developing and updating master file… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Temporary HR Associate

Chemonics International Washington, DC


30+ days ago

Training and Development Associate

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Provide logistical and administrative support to the new business curriculum and the Entry Level Professional program • Perform… Glassdoor

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28 Ratings

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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Manager in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Chemonics International full-time for more than a year


    High energy
    Not oppressive, generally
    Opportunities to do some interesting stuff
    Some good people, mostly pretty smart (intellectually at least)


    Cliques/favoritism, starting at the top. A top executive might be terribly abusive to his/her people, and then the person they spoke to about it is best buddies with that person. Mediocre talent might be approved for working full time from a non-DC location--if they have the right in.
    Lip service paid to "values" -- there are some terrible humans getting away with appalling treatment of others.

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